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Robotics -2023

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About Us:

Conferenceseries welcomes all scholars across the globe to participate in the World Congress on Robotics and AI which is going to be held on July 27-28, 2023 in Hamburg, Germany. The theme of this conference is “Embracing the Future: Creating Future Robots.” The conference includes Keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster Presentations, Workshops, and Exhibitors to bring together Computer Engineers, Researchers, and Scientists in the field from around the world in order to create a forum for the sharing of knowledge and ideas. It gives aspiring researchers the chance to investigate several areas of robotics and artificial intelligence.

The leading producer of conferences, workshops, video presentations, and symposia in all of the key areas of science, engineering, and medicine is Conferenceseries For the hosting of international conferences and events, the organization has been working with national and international institutes, universities, industries, and highly associated people. Conference series LLC Ltd. main goal is to encourage and provide a forum for dialogue between the academic and industrial communities regarding engineering and science research.

Oral and poster abstracts are now invited and should be submitted using the online abstract submission system. All submitted abstracts will be published in the special issue section as conference proceedings in the Robotics and AI journals.

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Who should attend?

Why to attend this Robotics 2023?

Conference Brochure

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Covid-19 Guidelines

Abstract Submission Criteria

Conference Venue Details

About       VISA

Who should attend?

Attendance is encouraged from business and technical experts from around the world charged with creating the following commercial-class robots and intelligent systems goods and services, such as:

  • Software and Hardware Developers
  • Producers of Robotics and Intelligent Solutions
  • Researchers and Academics
  • Media Representatives
  • Technology/Business Analysts
  • Investment Professionals

Why to attend this Robotics-2023?

1.      Young Scientist Award recognition certificate and memento to the winners.

2.      Our conferences provide best Platform for your research through oral presentations.

3.      Learn about career improvement with all the latest technologies by networking.

4.      Young Scientists will get appropriate and timely information by this Forum.

5.      Platform for collaboration among young researchers for better development.

6.      Provide opportunity for research interaction and established senior investigators across the globe in the area.

7.      Share the ideas with both eminent researchers and mentors.

8.      It's a great privilege for young researchers to learn about the research areas for expanding their research knowledge.

Conference Brochure:

To download the conference Brochure, please fill the required details in the Form and click on Download Brochure. 

Covid-19 Guidelines: 

Robotics-2023 organizing team assure you that we will take all the necessary precautions underlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) along with local state authorities. Our Conference team is working 24/7 to ensure your safety which is why we are operating round the clock and regularly examining the situation. Currently, our conference team is approaching details with care. We consider that transparent communication with our speakers, delegates, and team members is important. Along with our venue partners, we will be implementing Health & Safety protocols to lower the risk of transmissions during the event. This Upcoming Robotics-2023 has also developed a multi-model approach, which includes sanitization of high-touch areas, encouraging social distancing, temperature check and mask-wearing in the venue, taking into account every aspects of the delegate experience. We have also united our efforts with health and safety experts in order that you'll enjoy the conference offerings with utmost ease and confidence.

Abstract Submission Criteria:

·         The Abstract should be written in English.

·         Please indicate one - three most relevant themes for your abstract from the conference tracks.

·         Please send a brief biography together with the Abstract (An example is given in the abstract template).

·         Please download the abstract template and follow the format carefully.

·         Documents that do not conform to the guidelines will be asked to revise.

·         Documents received after the given deadline, due to any reason will not be accepted unless the deadline is extended.

·         The abstract should be submitted in the format of MS Word (.doc or .docx) document.

Conference Venue Details: 

Radisson Blu Hotel, Hamburg, Germany.

About Visa:

For conference attendance and participation only Business Visa should be applied. Contact your nearest travel agent/visa information centre/ for the correct application form. All visas for visiting Canada shall be processed by respective authorities only upon submission of proper documents through proper channel. In case of non-furnishing of documents, non-adherence to guidelines visas shall be cancelled by respective authorities. The minimum supportive documents that might be required while applying for (Hamburg) Germany visa include:

·         Letter of Invitation,

·         Abstract acceptance letter (if speaker),

·         Registration payment receipt,

·         Accommodation confirmation letter issued under conference letter head.

For letter of invitation and accommodation confirmation, payment of registration fees and accommodation charges is a pre-requisite. Mandate documents required from conference secretariat should be obtained only through Robotics Conference Organizing team.


Scientific Sessions

Track 1: AI & Big Data: The Artificial Intelligence Conference analyses how machines' aptitudes compare to those of humans and other animals in the wild. It is hence sometimes referred to as Machine Intelligence. A machine's ability to sense its environment and take action to improve its chances of achieving the set objectives increases after it has undergone intellectual modification. They are able to observe, comprehend, and store material that is astronomically large, broad, or complex in the machine's or computer's memory.

Track 2: AI and Robotics for healthThe robotic system NYSCF has developed enables us to generate enormous volumes of data from big patient groups and discover novel disease signatures as an altogether new basis for finding effective medications. This shows a perfect illustration of the power of artificial intelligence for illness research.

1) Medical Microrobots: Biodegradable microrobots that can dissolve into the body after carrying cells and drugs have been mass-produced by scientists. Building microrobots with the aim of minimally invasive targeted precision treatment can be done in a variety of ways. A technique that can make more than 100 microrobots per minute that can dissolve in the body must be developed. The most well-known of them is the two-photon polymerization method, which causes polymerization in synthetic resin by intersecting two lasers. It is an ultra-fine 3D printing technique. This method can produce structures with nanometer-level precision.

2) Biorobots: The ability of muscle cells to flex in reaction to light has been genetically altered by researchers. This could one day lead to highly articulated, flexible robots. Endoscopy, a process where a camera is put through the body to illuminate tissue or organs, may be one potential robotic gadget. Many robotic designs draw inspiration from nature, such as geckos that adhere to walls, tuna that swim through water, and cheetahs that run across the ground quickly. Such designs use developed components and hardware to simulate the behaviour of animals while utilising natural qualities.

Track 3: Conversational AI: Shared-laughter AI system developed by scientists of Japan. Of course, conversation involves more than merely replying correctly. We therefore came to the conclusion that sharing laughing with consumers is one way a robot may relate to them, which cannot be done with a text-based chatbot.

Track 4: Soft Robotics: Development of Soft Robotics: New Shape-Morphing, Self-Healing, Intelligent Material. A new class of stretchy materials is needed in order to advance the disciplines of soft robotics, wearable technology, and human/machine interactions. These materials must be able to alter shape adaptively while just requiring portable electronics for power. A material with this particular combination of outstanding electrical and thermal conductivity and unmatched actuation capability has been created by great researchers. To promote 3D printing for biomedical applications or biomedical injection materials, future research will try to improve this process of combining homocomposite materials.

Track 5: Industry 4.0: After the concept was introduced, a number of sectors have examined the fourth industrial revolution and the effects of the technologies and drivers driving Industry 4.0. Through early stakeholder involvement, vertical and horizontal integration, and real-time asset and process monitoring, the objective is to enable autonomous decision-making processes, equally real-time connected value creation networks, and real-time asset and process monitoring. The technologies that enable Industry 4.0 use existing data as well as a variety of additional data sources, such as data from connected assets, to improve manufacturing processes, provide end-to-end information streams across the value chain, and introduce new services and business models.

1) AI and Robotics in upcoming Industry: Robotics for Space Mission are used and explored for its more advanced applications keeping in consideration of the type of terrain it will encounter in space. It has been used to collect data and to go into the region where human reach is not possible based on temperature and environment. Swarm of tiny swimming robots may search for extraterrestrial life on other or distant worlds.

2) AI and Robotics for renewable energy technologies: Combination of machine learning and robotics to study metal halide pervoskites, or thin, lightweight, flexible materials with outstanding properties for harnessing light which can be used to make sensors, solar cells, and energy-efficient lighting. It is to enhance material optimization and discovery to modify materials for increased efficiency.

Track 6: Artificial Neural networks: The significance of neural networks is discussed at the Artificial Intelligence Conference. They are encephalon-inspired systems designed to mimic the way people learn, as the "neural" portion of their name denotes. In addition to input and output layers, neural networks also have an optimised layer made up of components that convert the input into something the output layer can use. These are the systems that were created using the encephalon's neuronal operation as inspiration, and they will imitate how people learn. Input & output layers are both present in neural networks, along with obnublated layers that contain units that fluctuate input into output.

Track 7: Autonomous Robotic System: The design tool developed by roboticists that can be utilized as a recipe for autonomous robotics system. The team has developed optimization code that can be used to simulate almost any autonomous robotic system and that can be used to automatically determine how and where to make changes to a system to improve a robot's performance. The researchers created a computer code or optimization framework that can automatically identify changes that can be made to an autonomous system in order to reach a desired result.

Track 8: Cobots, or collaborative robots: It enhance production in smart factory settings and lower the cost of digital manufacturing for SMEs that couldn't previously afford turnkey systems. The transition to Industrie 4.0 relies on R&A technology as a fundamental building block. Robots used in collaborative environments help humans by automating repetitive and physically taxing chores. They no longer need cages and can be employed in a variety of applications in contemporary production facilities. Pick-and-place solutions are one typical cobot application area. Activities that involve human-robot collaboration allow for quick training and can be managed by platforms that enable robot deployment at the proper workstation and workload augmentation or reduction in response to shifting production demands.

Market Analysis

Germany continues to be a leader in robotics and automation compared to the rest of Europe. Currently ranked third in the world, Germany is most likely to continue to lead the EU for some time to come. Sweden is currently ranked fifth, Denmark is sixth, Italy is eighth, and Belgium is ninth. Leaders from a variety of industries collaborate with top research institutes in southwest Germany's Cyber Valley to create increasingly complex machines with a broad range of skills, placing Germany at the forefront of artificial intelligence (AI) in Europe.

Local innovation: Germany's southwest has long been home to major academic and industrial institutions. World-class technical universities and multinational powerhouses like BMW, Porsche, IBM, and Bosch have long coexisted, but a new initiative aims to unite them with other partners to catapult Germany into the position of a leader in the fourth industrial revolution, which depends on scientists' ability to develop intelligent machines that can think, see, feel, respond, and work with humans.
Global partners: In 2017, Amazon created a research base close to the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Tübingen, joining the list of businesses that have previously contributed to Cyber Valley. Google is a company partner of The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, another major player in the world of technology (DFKI). One of the largest AI research facilities in the world, DFKI is home to 800 scientists. Germany is fourth only to Silicon Valley, Paris, and London in terms of the number of AI-related startups, and consistently ranks among the top nations in the world for both the quantity and impact of academic articles related to AI.

A major technological leap: The development of 21st-century automation technology, which revolutionised manufacturing and production, has helped many nations, including Germany. The development of robots and automated systems that can not only fulfil jobs but also work in harmony with humans represents the next stage in the growth of automation. Transportation, public health, the military, healthcare, construction, and production will all be changed by intelligent systems that can see, analyse situations, and sensitively react to real-time cues such as human gestures and facial expressions or pedestrians crossing a busy street. The most difficult—and thrilling—aspects of AI research and development are being tackled by researchers in Cyber Valley and at institutions across Germany in order to make that leap.

Germany Soft Robotics Market Forecast 2021-2026: The market for soft robotics in Germany is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 27.40% from 2021 to 2026. Germany uses industrial robots three times more than Italy, ten times more than the UK, and five times more than France, according to the International Federation of Robotics (IFR).

MARKET INSIGHTS: A significant growth driver is the increase in automation across several industries. In order to modernise its distribution centre with a goods-to-person robotics solution, for instance, myEnso, a German-based online grocery provider, selected Geek+, a technology company that offers autonomous mobile robots for warehouses. Additionally, the use of collaborative robots is growing as manufacturing and industrial sectors become more automated. Additionally, a number of market participants are observing changes. For instance, in January 2020,'s collaborative robot with AI assisted Obeta, a German electronics retailer, in picking up boxes and bags.

In addition, Germany is thought to be Europe's biggest market for multifunctional industrial robots. In industries including glass and ceramics, polymers and rubber, food and packaging, wood and furniture, and home appliances, their utilisation is on the rise. These elements fuel market expansion in Germany.

COMPETITIVE INSIGHTS: F&P Personal Robotics, Piab AB, Festo AG, Fanuc Corporation, etc., are among the leading companies in the market.
Over the past few years, Germany's robotics and automation (R&A) sector has experienced exceptional growth, nearly doubling turnover from 2010 to 2019. The sector is expected to produce a turnover of EUR 13.4 billion in 2021, marking the beginning of the post-coronavirus rebound. Robotics and automation technology hub in Europe One of the top five markets for industrial robots is Germany. According to the VDMA Robotics + Automation association, the robotics and automation (R&A) industry in Germany is anticipated to produce a turnover of EUR 13.4 billion in 2021. The resumption of investments put on hold during the pandemic and demand for climate-friendly R&A technologies is what is driving this improvement in post-Covid 19 crisis fortunes. The record results reached in 2018 will be eclipsed in 2022 if present supply bottlenecks for critical components can be successfully resolved as order books continue to fill up and momentum returns to the sector.

One of the most cutting-edge sectors in German mechanical engineering is the R&A industry. Among the top R&A businesses in the world are German OEMs. A global centre with robotics businesses from all market segments is thought to have significant strengths in machine vision (MV) and human-robot collaboration (HRC) technologies. Machine vision is one of the R&A industry's key growth sectors and has taken the lead as the primary technology for the global automation market. A prime illustration of the trend toward connectivity in advanced manufacturing is the growth in HRC applications. Machine learning and deep learning-related technological advancements in the field of artificial intelligence will expand the uses of traditional industrial robots and collaborative robots.

MARKET OPPORTUNITIES: Sectors for Innovative R&A Industry Segmentation: The R&A industry can be broken down into three cutting-edge sectors using the VDMA classification: robots, integrated assembly solutions, and machine vision technology. 280 businesses are represented by the VDMA R + A Association. • Automation Industrial robots and service robots are two subcategories of the robotics industry. The foundation of production technology automation is represented by industrial robots. Service robots, however, are also becoming more and more significant in the industry. After experiencing a 23 percent decline due to the pandemic the year before, the robotics industry is predicted to rebound with 15 percent growth in 2021.

Utilizing effective automation technologies, high levels of production flexibility can be attained and product changes can be promptly accomplished. With more than 30% of the industry's total revenue generated domestically, Germany is the most significant sales market in Europe for image processing. Over the past ten years, Germany's and Europe's machine vision industries have experienced rapid growth, with domestic industry turnover tripling from 2008 to 2017.

Robots for assistance and service: To reach USD 6.7 billion in 2020, the professional service robot market will have grown by 12 percent globally. After the USA, China, and Japan, Germany has the fourth-highest concentration of service robot suppliers, making up 47% of all service robot suppliers globally. The market for service robots is expanding quickly, giving room to new businesses creating cutting-edge service robot applications or developing tried-and-true ideas. Small and medium-sized businesses supply 82% of the service robots in use today.

Transportation of goods and cargo represented one in every three professional service robots sold in 2020, with segment growth increasing by 11%. Germany 2.8 2.6 Italy France Spain UK 2020 operational industrial robot stock, expressed in units 78 38 45 R&A Turnover Development in Germany in billions of euros between 2019 and 2021. The Top Five Countries in Europe Germany is solidifying its position as the world's factory outfitter and a nation equipped to handle the challenges of the digital age. INDUSTRIE 4.0 and Cobots Industrie 4.0 has become an international by-word for intelligent, networked manufacturing.

Sales of more than 71,000 cobot devices are anticipated in Germany alone by 2025. Collaboration between humans and robots is becoming more commonplace. The International Federation of Robotics (IFR) estimates that from 2019 to 2020, cobot sales climbed by 6%. Cobots have a 5.7 percent market share among all industrial robots that have been installed globally, yet the industry is still quite young. For the years 2021 through 2027, collaborative robot sales are expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate of more than 43%, according to industry researcher market and markets. Aspects of applications in Germany, the biggest market for industrial robots is the auto industry.

With R&A investment projects making up 20% of all M&E direct investment, the nation is also the continents top destination for M&E inbound investment. Over the course of these five years, Germany received more than 150 FDI projects in the R&A industry, with the top four sources being the USA, Switzerland, Japan, and China. Supporting Digital Platforms - As part of its High-Tech Strategy, PAiCE Germany actively promotes the use of new digital technologies within the sector. The PAiCE programme offers 50 million euros over five years for the creation of platforms for the digital industry as well as cooperation between businesses using these platforms.

Platform development for service robotics solutions in the service, logistics, and manufacturing industries is one of the major application areas. These can take the form of financial incentives for the recovery of direct investment expenses or support for labour, R&D, and other costs. The High-Tech Approach The robotics sector is crucial to Germany's High-Tech Strategy due to its high level of innovation. Other government R&D support programmes that offer public grants—either in the form of a non-refundable cash grant or a reimbursable advance—complement this.

Robot Density in the Manufacturing Industry 2020 Number of installed industrial robots per 10,000 employees Germany Sweden Denmark Italy Belg./Lux. Netherlands 371 289 246 224 221 209 Europe's Top Six Countries LOCATION ADVANTAGE Robotics and Automation R&D Research and Innovation in Europe Launched in January 2021, Horizon Europe is the 9th Framework Program of the European Union (EU) for Research and Innovation and the successor program to Horizon 2020. The EU initiative has assigned a budget of EUR 95.5 billion for the period 2021 to 2027. Robotics-related R&D activities will focus on the digital transition in the manufacturing and construction sectors, autonomous solutions, enhanced cognition, and human-robot collaboration. A budget of more than EUR 198 million has been allocated for these activities within the framework of the “Digital, Industry, and Space” cluster. Clusters, Networks and Research Institutes Regional innovation clusters help bridge the gap between science and industry. Stakeholders are organized in multiple regional clusters such as the Automation Valley Northern Bavaria cluster. The country’s specific strength in the development and manufacturing of robotics is further illustrated by the existence of specialized clusters such as the Robotics and Mechatronics Center at the German Aerospace Center (DLR). Several Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft research institutes are also actively conducting research in the areas of automation, robotics and related fields. These include, inter alia, the Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation (IPA); Institute for Production Systems and Design Technology (IPK); Institute for Factory Operation and Automation (IFF); and the Institute for Intelligent Analysis and Information Systems (IAIS). VDMA R&A has entered into a partnership with andugo working on the latter's GO2automation platform. The joint objective is to provide SMEs with AI-supported platform networking in automation. Germany Trade & Invest – A Strong Partner Germany  

The universal industrial robotics market size was evaluated at USD 31.45 billion in 2016. It is predicted to witness a CAGR of approximately 7.0% over the forecast period. Emerging emphasis upon the improvement of productivity of high volume production lines, particularly in the manufacturing of vehicles and electronic devices, is one of the trends accelerating market growth.

  In countries such as China, Korea and Taiwan, supportive government policies through programs involving R&D subsidies, investment in skills, tax incentives and loans are poised to work in favour of the overall market. The European Union (EU) invested USD 872 million on the SPARC robotics project, which is predicted to create over 240,000 jobs in Europe.


Past Conference Reports

1.4th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Robotics

Conferenceseries successfully hosted its premier 4th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Robotics during August 30-31, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan. The conference brought together a broad spectrum of the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning education community, educators from research universities with their programs and state colleges from across the world, as well as representatives from industry and professional environmental societies. They presented several latest researches as Keynote, oral presenter, and poster presenters.

2. 8th International Conference on Robotics & Artificial Intelligence

Conferenceseries successfully hosted its premier 8th International Conference on Robotics & Artificial Intelligence during August 10-11, 2020 in London, UK. The conference brought together a broad spectrum of the Robotics and Artificial Intelligence education community, educators from research universities with their programs and state colleges from across the world, as well as representatives from industry and professional environmental societies. They presented several latest researches as Keynote, oral presenter, and poster presenters.

3. 2nd World Congress on Robotics and Automation

Conferenceseries successfully hosted its premier 2nd World Congress on Robotics and Automation during November 09-10, 2020 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The conference brought together a broad spectrum of the Robotics and Automation education community, educators from research universities with their programs and state colleges from across the world, as well as representatives from industry and professional environmental societies. They presented several latest researches as Keynote, oral presenter, and poster presenters.

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